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Batman Forever: Game rip

Game info

Name: Batman Forever
Alternate name: Batman Forever: The Arcade Game
Characteristics: Action, Adventure, Platform, Side-Scrolling, Comics, Fighting, Martial Arts, Licensed Title
Publishers: Acclaim, Atari, Konami, Nintendo, Tiger, WB, Acclaim Japan
Developers: Acclaim, Iguana, Probe Software, Probe Entertainment
Original/port composer: Andy Brock
PlayStation - United States
Atari Jaguar
Game Boy - United States
Super NES (1995) - United States
Sega Mega Drive (1995) - United States
Sega GameGear (27 Oct 1995) - Japan
Super NES (27 Oct 1995) - Japan
Game Boy (27 Oct 1995) - Japan
Sega Mega Drive (22 Dec 1995) - Japan
R-Zone (1996) - United States
PC Dos (1996)
Arcade (1996)
PlayStation (Dec 1996) - Europe
Sega Saturn (14 Feb 1997) - Japan
PlayStation (14 Feb 1997) - Japan
Sega 32X (Unfinished) - United States

Music info

Released: 27 Oct 1995
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Andy Brock
Music type: Game rip
Num of tunes: 11
Num of CDs: 1
Play time: 35:22

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Record created/updated: 26. September 2002.
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